North Korea is not letting a crisis go to waste. Our enemies smell blood in the water and the United States can expect global resistance to weaken our resolve and resources to defend freedom around the world. When you couple a weakened economy with an incompetent administration, the sharks will always start to circle. Russia has labelled the United States as “a parasite” on the world. China is calling for the world to adopt a new world reserve currency and their Dagong Credit Agency has downgraded our credit rating.
Why is North Korea important? This country is the pawn of our real enemies and they have nothing to lose in order to “win” the war against the United States. North Koreans have been told by their government that they are at war with us in order to force them to endure sacrifice in the name of their leader and country.
What is next? Prophecy outlines that the initial conflict will start in the Middle East and that will be the catalyst for the upcoming world war. However, never count out North Korea with Chinese instigation as the catalyst. But then with our commander in chief running the “show” in Washington, who needs enemies?
North Korea and South Korea traded artillery fire near the countries’ disputed sea border that was the scene of a deadly shelling in November.
North Korea fired a second round into the waters near Yeonpyeong Island yesterday after three South Korean shells were fired into the sea around 2 p.m. local time, Yonhap news reported. Residents of the island heard the salvos, Yonhap’s Korean language service said.
South Korea was responding to an initial salvo from the North an hour earlier, said a defense ministry official who declined to be identified, citing government policy. The defense official said the military wasn’t aware of any drills in the area.
North Korea denied it instigated the exchange and said South Korea ‘faked that the North fired shots’ to undermine efforts to ease tensions between the two countries, according to a North Korean official news report cited by China’s Xinhua agency. Explosions heard by island residents were construction work, it said.
The U.S. force in South Korea is closely monitoring the situation, said Navy Commander Leslie Hull-Ryde, a Pentagon spokeswoman. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said “we are asking North Korea to exercise restraint.”